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Carola graduated from the Ludwig Maximilian University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Munich, Germany in 2011 and went on to work in mixed and equine practices in Germany. In 2013 she completed and Equine Rotating Internship at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria. The time in Vienna spiked her interest in research and she subsequently moved to Edinburgh in 2014 to do a PhD in Clinical Veterinary Sciences. Carola is currently training in the field of diagnostic imaging. Hereby she divides her time between clinical work (ECVDI resident) and research applications of relevant techniques, particularly in large animals. She is also teaching first and second year students in veterinary anatomy, including a basic introduction into imaging.
Carola's aim is to promote a strong connection between research, clinical and pre-clinical work and to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration. 

Research Interests

Carola's research interests lie in isolated organ perfusion models and the use of various imaging techniques for scientific purposes.



Year 1

The Animal Body 1

Year 2

The Animal Body 3

Education/Academic qualification

Clinical Veterinary Sciences, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Design and validation of an ex vivo whole organ joint model, using post mortem specimens, Roslin Institute, RDSVS, University of Edinburgh, UK


Award Date: 8 Mar 2019

Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig Maximilian University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine


Award Date: 1 Mar 2011


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